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N. Biren Singh ministry
Ministry of Manipur
The Chief Minister of Manipur, Shri Biren Singh calling on the Vice President, Shri M. Venkaiah Naidu, in New Delhi on September 06, 2017 (cropped).jpg
Date formed15 March 2017
People and organisations
Head of stateGovernor
La. Ganesan
Head of government N. Biren Singh
No. of ministers10
Member parties
Status in legislature Coalition
History
Election(s) 2017
Legislature term(s)5 years
Predecessor Okram Ibobi Singh Third ministry

The Cabinet of the state of Manipur, India, forms the executives branch of the Government of Manipur.

Contents

This is a list of minister from N. Biren Singh cabinets starting from 15 March 2017. N. Biren Singh is the leader of BJP, who was sworn in the Chief Ministers of Manipur on 15 March 2017. Here is the list of the ministers of his ministry. [1] [2] [3] [4]

Council of Ministers

S.NoNameConstituencyDepartmentParty
1. N. Biren Singh
Chief Minister
Heingang
  • Home.
  • Personnel.
  • Planning.
  • Revenue.
  • Other departments not allocated to any Minister.
BJP
Deputy Chief Minister
2. Y. Joykumar Singh Uripok
  • Finance.
  • Science & Technology.
  • Economics and Statistics.
  • Civil Aviation.
NPP
Cabinet Ministers
3. Thongam Biswajit Singh Thongju
  • Public Works Department.
  • Rural Development.
  • Panchayati Raj.
  • Commerce & Industries.
  • Power.
  • Administrative Reforms & Training.
  • Information & Public Relations.
BJP
4. Losi Dikho Mao
  • Public Health Engineering.
  • Printing & Stationery.
NPF
5.Shorokhaibam RajenLamsang
  • Education.
  • Fisheries.
  • CADA.
BJP
6. Letpao Haokip Chandel
  • Youth Affairs &Sports.
  • Irrigation & Flood Control.
NPP
7. Vunzjagin Valte Thanlon
  • Transport.
  • Tribal Affairs & Hills.
  • General Administration.
BJP
8.Awangbow Newmai Tamei
  • Forest.
  • Environment.
  • Climate change.
  • Sericulture.
NPF
9. Oinam Lukhoi Singh Wangoi
  • Agriculture.
  • Veterinary & Animal Husbandry.
  • Tourism.
BJP
10.Thokchom Satyabrata SinghYaiskul
  • Consumer Affairs.
  • Food and Public Distribution.
  • Law and Legislature Affairs.
  • Labour & Employment.
BJP

Former Members

SI No.NameConstituencyDepartmentTenurePartyReason
1. Thounaojam Shyamkumar Andro Minister of Forest & Environment, Horticulture & Soil Conservation, Town Planning and MAHUD.March 2017 - March 2020 BJP Disqualified by the Supreme Court of India
2. Nemcha Kipgen Kangpokpi
  • Social Welfare.
  • Cooperation.
March 2017 - September 2020 BJP Removed
3. Thokchom Radheshyam Singh Heirok
  • Education.
  • Labour & Employment.
March 2017 - September 2020 BJP Removed
4. V. Hangkhanlian Churachandpur
  • Agriculture.
  • Veterinary & Animal Husbandry.
March 2017 - September 2020 BJP Removed
5. N. Kayishii Tadubi
  • Tribal & Hill Areas Development.
  • Fisheries.
March 2017 - September 2020 NPP Removed
6. L. Jayantakumar Singh Keishamthong
  • Health & Family Welfare.
  • Law & Legislative Affairs.
  • Arts &Culture.
  • CADA.
March 2017 - September 2020 NPP Removed
7. Karam Shyam Langthabal
  • PDS and Consumer Affairs.
  • Weights & Measures.
  • Revenue.
  • Relief & Rehabilitation.
March 2017 - September 2020 LJP Removed
8. Okram Henry Singh
  • Municipal Administration, Housing and Urban Development.
  • Social Welfare.
  • Cooperation.
September 2020 - March 2021 BJP Due to Article 164(4) of Indian Constitution.

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References

  1. "N Biren Singh Cabinet 2017: Full list of ministers and their portfolios in Manipur". Financial Express. 25 March 2017. Retrieved 25 August 2018.
  2. BJP names N Biren Singh as chief minister candidate for Manipur
  3. Biren Singh sworn-in as Manipur CM
  4. Manipur gets its first BJP govt as Biren Singh takes oath along with 8 ministers